Twenty-four short stories.; A New England nun -- A village singer -- A gala dress -- The twelfth guest -- Sister Liddy -- Calla-lilies & Hannah -- Wayfaring couple -- A poetess -- Christmas Jenny -- Pot of gold -- Scent of the roses -- A solitary -- Gentle ghost -- A discovered pearl -- A village Lear -- Amanda & love -- Up Primrose hill -- Stolen Christmas -- Life everlastin' -- Innocent gamester -- Louisa -- Church mouse -- Kitchen colonel -- The revolt of "Mother." Topic: New England--Social life and customs--Fiction
The pot of gold --The cow with golden horns --Princess Rosetta and the pop-corn man --The Christmas monks --The pumpkin giant --The Christmas masquerade --Dill --The silver hen --Toby --The patchwork school --The squire's sixpence --A plain case --A stranger in the village --The bound girl --Deacon Thomas Wales's will --The adopted daughter. Topics: Fairy tales, New England--Social life and customs--Fiction
"Illustrated"; Includes engraved frontispiece illustration.; Some plates signed by C. Broughton.; Advertisement for Harper & Brothers at end.; The cat -- The monkey -- The squirrel -- The lost dog -- The parrot -- The doctor's horse -- Bouncing Bet -- Prince's-feather -- Arethusa -- Mountain-laurel -- Peony -- Morning-glory. Topics: Animals--New England--Fiction, New England--Social life and customs--Fiction
The story of four sisters: Meg the prettiest, Amy the pickiest, Jo the most outspoken and Beth the most timid. Their journey towards becoming women in their own right begins when Jo decides to befriend the lonely grandson of the fearful hermit that lives next door. Along the way, the girls learn about, life, love, friendship and the bond of sisterhood. Suggested Reading Level: LS (Upper Secondary) Topics: LIT, New England -- Social life and customs -- Fiction, March family (Fictitious characters) --...
Book from Project Gutenberg: The Queen's Twin and Other Stories Library of Congress Classification: PZ Topics: New England -- Social life and customs -- Fiction, Short stories, United States -- Social life and... Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/24822